Trans World Entertainment Switching Nasdaq Markets

As expected, fiscally-challenged Trans World Entertainment Corp. is taking its stock from the Nasdaq Global Market to the Nasdaq Capital Market, effective July 18.

The corporate parent to home entertainment retailer For Your Entertainment (f.y.e.) made the switch to avoid exceeding a 180-day grace period granted by Nasdaq to bring its stock above the minimum $1-per-share threshold.

Trans World, which is affecting a 1-for-20 shares reverse stock split on Aug. 15, now has another 180-period until Jan. 13, 2020 to bring its share price above the $1 minimum valuation.

The reverse stock split is primarily intended to bring TWEC into compliance with the minimum average closing share price requirement for maintaining its listing on the Nasdaq Capital Market. The company’s common stock will continue to trade under the symbol “TWMC”.

The split will reduce the number of shares of outstanding common stock from approximately 36,258,839 million shares to approximately 1,812,941 million shares.

TWEC shares closed July 16 at 28 cents per share. The company has a market capitalization of just $10.3 million.

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